Sewee Indian Relics Illustration No.4 Cord Paddle Design
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Original pencil drawing of Sewee Indian relics for use in the publication by the Charleston Museum in 1925, entitiled, "Notes on Sewee Indians and Indian Remains of Christ Church Parish, Charleston County, S.C." - Plate IV. Handwritten in pencil below the illustration reads, "Cord Paddle Design. The largest pot sherd in the collection Presented by Mr. A[rthur] T. Wayne. The hole is shaped like an hour glass, having been drilled from both surfaces. It shows no cord marks."
- Title: Sewee Indian Relics Illustration No.4 Cord Paddle Design
- Creator: Gregorie, Anne King, 1887-1960
- Date: 1925
- Signature: A.K.G.
- Signature Location: lower right
- Culture: Sewee/American
- Dimensions: H-28 W-21.6 cm
- Collection: Works on Paper Collection
- Object Name: Pencil Drawings
- Other Name: Archaeology Drawing
- Object Id: AZ 2624
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